Thanks badeyeben or power window suggestion

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Old 08-24-09, 10:58 AM
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Thanks badeyeben or power window suggestion

I want to thank badeyeben for his idea posted in April 09 to check the boot/wire harness inside a door hinge. I have a 2000 Honda CRV and the passenger side power window lost it's ground wire. Worked still from the master switch on the dash but not the passenger door switch. Hayne's shop manual was no help, nor was other research until I came across his suggestion. I was able to splice a jumper from the broken ends though the space was quite tight. Success!
 
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Old 08-24-09, 02:43 PM
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Ben holds his own around here, so glad it worked out. I had a "factory" loose ground on the computer for my 86.5 Nissan hard body. Running straight ahead all was fine. Make a sharp right turn it would fall off the stud and the computer cried foul and shut down. Wait a minute and it would crank back up. Took Nissan 2 weeks, both throttle body injectors, full tune up, new fuel pump, on and on, and it was just a ground nut left off at the factory. Go figure.
 
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